Didn't anyone tell them that reading the BBC will send you to hell?
God, this is so frustrating. Blogger just deleted this entire thing. I hope it's as funny this go-round.
A bunch of Bush voters swarmed the BBC News to explain to the un-blessed non-Americans why our Beloved Leader knows everything. And it's because he ignores reality.
Just because he removes a dictator from power, sends American money to tsunami victims, and champions the cause of freedom around the world, he deserves the world's ire. There are just a few words for it, for all you liberal readers out there: "That's just too bad."
Actually, I think it's because of all the people had killed, but I guess that too is just too bad.
Hopefully the second four years will be as successful as the first.
I hope not. Some people still have jobs.
President Bush is one of the world's greatest leaders. He is the best president we have had since Reagan.
I hate half-assed comments like this. He's clearly the best President since Nixon.
I would advise George Bush to learn from the mistakes he has already made.
I actually agree with the President that he doesn't make mistakes. The idea that he makes mistakes is founded in the belief that he has good intentions. I think his intentions are to make the poor poorer, the rich richer, and annex the entire Middle East to Halliburton. And he's shown a dogged determination towards these goals.
My advice would be to let Iraq, Afghanistan and any other country we are currently helping to restore peace have self-rule. It's obvious we are not appreciated when our men and woman risk their lives for them. I would like to see us have better border control and improve relations with the countries in our own hemisphere.
*cough* racist *cough* Same woman:
We overlook South America in our politics yet they are so much more important to us than a country half way around the world from us.
God knows that if our idea of improving relations is to build a wall and bomb the fuck out of Mexico, I'm sure that they don't want our help.
Stay the course. Listen to world opinion but in the end do what is right for America. She alone is the bastion of hope and freedom and in the end, however haphazardly she gets there, she does right.
I agree. Ask any Native American. If you can find one.
I think people should be more supportive of our president, not knock him and try to find fault in his every move. He has a very difficult task and doesn't need others to be critical of his every movement.
I'd love to. When he does something for any reason but pure, unmitigated evil, I'll be the first to point out, "Hey, that wasn't evil!"
I would ask the President to continue to take a strong pro-life stand. I hope that his second term is characterised by bold action to restrain an activist judiciary at home. This must be done to protect the integrity of our constitution.
Amen! They need to start enforcing that anti-woman amendment and quit blabbering on about equal protection and citizen rights. There's no reason to think the Constitution says anything about that. U-S-A! U-S-A!